endurance capacity

endurance capacity

loosely, equivalent to endurance. Also used to mean aerobic power or O2max.
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Going at max speeds on a sprint will improve your endurance capacity, improving your oxygen uptake and increasing the time it takes for fatigue to set in.
936) in endurance capacity has been observed in controls, whereas significantly (P = 0.
The researchers found that Prox1 was also expressed in adult slow muscle fibers, which have good endurance capacity and high metabolic activity.
Also, the exercise-induced free radicals contribute to the decrease in energy production in mitochondria (13), leading to the decrease in endurance capacity.
For this reason inline speed skaters perform a cycling or running training program to improve their basic endurance capacity.
BALB/c mice are the most suitable strain for the evaluation of swimming endurance capacity [7] because they are resistant to diet-induced obesity [8]; this minimizes the potential confounding effects of body fat accumulation, which increases floating ability in water, on endurance capacity.
The unit has a high endurance capacity and designed to keep personnel safe from attackers or threats for extended periods up to a minimum of 4 days following the loss of external power to the unit.
Before and after the wor-out, the measurement of metabolic rate as well as measurements of endurance capacity and of the hormones related to appetite were taken from the participants.
Prince El Hassan stressed the need to adopting a wise and well-directed regional approach to contain the Syrian crisis and stop bloodshed through a comprehensive political solution that preserves the unity of Syria's land and people, calling at the same time to find some kind of integration between forced migration and local development to increase endurance capacity for years to come.
Therapeutically, TA has been demonstrated to be a potent herbal energiser, aphrodisiac, pro-fertility, anti-aging and may exert a testosterone-increasing effect with previous studies having investigated the ergonomic effects of TA on exercise performance in terms of strength and endurance capacity.
The prevalence of acute and overuse injuries to the spine and lower body (3,7,18,23-27) during military duties necessitates general physical preparedness and an emphasis on both strength and endurance capacity.
The body tends to be more flexible, stronger at this hour, and the lungs work more efficiently, boosting one's endurance capacity for tough workouts.